40 Days of Discipline

40 Days of Discipline: Day 34 – Review

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Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. (1 Peter 4:10)

 

It is time to review what you have learned this week about the Disciplines of Service and Stewardship viewed through the lens of love.

Please prayerfully consider our conversations over the past week.   This blog site makes it quite easy to review thoughts and comments from the past week if you need a refresh.   Please answer the following questions:

Today’s Questions for comments:

  • What are the top three or four “big ideas” that you picked up during the past week?
  • What practical steps can you take to make the Disciplines of Service and the Stewardship more of a habit?

Next week is the final week for this years’ journey.   As we consider the days leading up to the death and resurrection of Jesus, we will see how Disciplines we have discussed are manifested.   In addition we will consider one Discipline not yet discussed, Spiritual Warfare.   Finally, as we have done throughout this Journey, we will observe the key role of love.

One thought on “40 Days of Discipline: Day 34 – Review

  1. What are the top three or four “big ideas” that you picked up during the past week?
    Service is the evidence of true love to others. It is through us that God meets the needs of brothers and sisters in Christ and the needs of the lost. There can be no true service in the name of God without Christ-like humility. God expects me to serve from the resources he has blessed me with and not beyond that.
    What practical steps can you take to make the Disciplines of Service and the Stewardship more of a habit?
    I need to evaluate my reason for doing things for others (am I doing it for their benefit of mine). I need to take advantage of opportunities to help people in need when they arise.

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